That match against Pakistan was important for India for its survival in the tournament as it had lost the previous match against Sri Lanka after a win over Bangladesh in the first match.
The hosting rights of Asia Cup 2020 are with Pakistan but there were reports that Sri Lanka would swap the rights with Pakistan.
PCB chairman also confirmed that Pakistan is still the host of the forthcoming event while adding that he was least bothered about the statements made by India's cricket body.
Interestingly, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly confirmed Dubai as the venue for the tournament on Friday.
Sourav Ganguly is set to attend the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting on March 3 in Dubai.
The complete details of the venue for the Asia Cup tournament will be finalized in ACC's next meeting which will be held in March.
Earlier, BCCI official had stated that there’s no way the Indian team will participate if Asia Cup 2020 is held in Pakistan.
The star all-rounder also commented that India and Pakistan both should be a part of the Asia Cup irrespective of where it is being held.
The last edition of the Asia Cup was played in September 2018 in the UAE and India emerged champions by beating Bangladesh by three wickets in a nail-biting final.
He said players develop better in a structured system and hence zeroed in on Vidarbha after doing a lot of research.